Topics in Episode 70:
Walk Boston takes part in National Walk to Lunch Day.
Graduate students from Tufts University helped Walk Boston organize the event.
In Burlington, Vermont, the city puts a priority on pedestrians and bicyclists.
The Burlington Bike Council provides citizen input to the city.
One downtown Burlington resident seldom needs to use his car.
In New Hampshire, Pathways for Keene provides private support for a trail system in town.
Path to Health walking routes in Rhode Island bring an Irish program to the United States.
A bike path and railroad track co-exist in Hallowell, Maine.
A new ped/bike path is being constructed next to a rail line near Augusta, Maine. It will provide nonmotorized access to the Capitol from Hallowell, Farmingdale, and Gardiner. Safety is provided by several feet of ballast between the rails and the path. Ballast is uncomfortable to walk or bike on, discouraging people from leaving the trail to go near the tracks.